SF3 1L "10 August 1986"
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sf3 - a preprocessor for the structured FORTRAN language SFTRAN3
[-c] [-d] [-f] [-h] [-i:num] [-k] [-l] [-m:num] [-n] [-p] [-r] [-w:num]
file1 [file2, ...]
assumes that the file file*.sf3 contains code written in SFTRAN3,
a structured FORTRAN-like language (if a filename has no extension, .sf3
is assumed). FORTRAN code is produced and placed in file*.f.
A log file is placed in file*.sfl.
If option -f is employed, object (file*.o) files are also
produced. File dates and times are compared to determine whether to
preprocess the files file*.sf3 or simply to run the f77 compiler
(this action may be overriden by the -r option).
The global variables SF3FLAGS and FFLAGS may be used to provide
switches for sf3 and f77 as used inside sf3.
In addition, if the file sf3.opt exists
in the current or HOME directory, its contents will be appended to the
command line. Since options are scanned from left to
right, SF3FLAGS values will override any provided in the sf3.opt file.
This program is distributed with the <PLOT79> system.
produce CDC-style code for READ/WRITE END and ERR parameters.
debug; embed SFTRAN3 code as comments in FORTRAN code output.
invoke the Fortran compiler on the output *.f files; compiler options
may be supplied in the FFLAGS global variable.
display a help file and terminate immediately.
set structure indentation to num (0 to 9).
keep *.f files after a successful compilation.
By default, they are deleted. If compilation fails, they are still preserved.
set the LINEUP option which connects structure begin/end with dotted
lines in the *.sfl files.
set maximum lines per page to num (suggested: 58 for 6 lpi and 80
for 8 lpi); ignored when prettyprinting.
inhibit production of *.sfl files.
prettyprinted source code sent to *.sfl files instead of a normal
reprocess everything, even if *.f or *.o files are newer
than .sf3 files.
set *.sfl file line width to num (72 to 120).
The following would take the files form the current directory
matching the patterns a*.sf3 and *bar*.sf3,
produce FORTRAN code files, invoke f77 to produce object files,
produce log files of 72 column width, and retain the FORTRAN files.
sf3 -w:72 -k -f a*.sf3 *bar*.sf3
files required to make sf3 (includes executable file)
various environment definitions, an appropriate subset of which should be
placed in the user's .cshrc or .profile file
document (1L), drawit(1L), grapht(1L), graph3t(1L), lptops(1L), pfort(1L),
piechtt(1L), plot79-intro(1L), plot79(1L), pluto(1L), pretty(1L), rdinfo(1L),
slides(1L), tekalw(1L), tkvecs(1L), tmacro(1L), world(1L)
SFTRAN/3 Installation Guide. Nelson H. F. Beebe. 1980.
SFTRAN3 Programmer's Reference Manual (Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Document no. 1846-98, Dec. 1, 1978).
Nelson H. F. Beebe, Ph.D.
Center for Scientific Computing
South Physics Building
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Tel: (801) 581-5254
(Manual page by R. P. C. Rodgers, Computer Applications in Laboratory
Medicine Project, UCSF, San Francisco, CA 94143).